Catholic Life Coach Jeremy Cristi invites us to consider how often we complicate things that are actually simple. Keep reading to see if you do this too.
Catholic Therapist Allison Ricciardi shares six steps to conquer outrage addiction.
Shame locks us into our problems and often keeps us from seeking help. Catholic Therapist Sean Monger shares thoughts on a better approach.
As the world gets smaller through technology, we face more temptation to compare ourselves to others, stirring heightened feelings of pride and envy. It’s important to stay grounded in God’s truth.
When it comes to our emotional health and our relationships, we often stick with what we know and many never take the time to ever learn anything new. There is a better way.
Therapist Allison Ricciardi asks, “How much evil are we willing to tolerate to maintain our comforts, our financial stability, our relationships?”
“What’s wrong with me?” may seem like a natural question to ask. Instead let’s examine how repeated patterns can lead to doing things differently.
Catholic Therapist Russ Blackstone explains the goal of parenting is always to assist God in the creation of a beautiful family (aka a great work of art) aimed for heaven.
You won’t be able to see the hand of God, if you focus on the fist of the enemy. Having anxiety about the future is common and understandable…but exactly what Jesus tells us not to do.